WILMINGTON (CBS) – The Boston Bruins began their five-day developmental camp at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington on Wednesday.
The camp, now in it’s seventh year, features some of Boston’s top prospects, from last year’s first-round pick, goaltender Malcolm Subban, to this year’s second-round selection Linus Arnesson, and gives them a chance to see “the expectations that the Boston Bruins have for each one of them and the culture of the organization,” according to assistant GM Don Sweeney.
Here are a few observations from Day 1 of the camp:
— Sweeney talked today about what this camp can do for these young prospects and how important it is to get better from year to year, or even from the end of this camp to September when training camp opens.
“This isn’t about earning a spot on any team today; it’s about what’s in front of you and your own development trajectory,” said Sweeney.
Raw Audio — Don Sweeney At B’s Camp: